Hiking & Biking

Hiking & Biking

Cordillera property owners enjoy access to over 3000 acres of private open space that is carefully managed for scenic beauty, vegetative health, safety and productive wildlife habitat.

30 miles of trails

Approximately 30 miles of trails have been developed within Cordillera and are continuously maintained to support summer hiking and winter snowshoeing. Some trail segments accommodate mountain biking while others are designed for horseback riding.

Paper maps are available at both gates as well as the CPOA and CMD offices.

Cordillera residents also have access to expansive National Forest and wilderness lands at the Big Park trailhead located at the end of Gore Trail in the Summit.

Cordillera offers a variety of guided hikes every Monday from June through September.  See the community calendar for details. To sign up for a guided hike please email: matthew.weingast@grandmanors.com

Motorized vehicles are not allowed on any trail, and pets must be on a leash at all times. During the spring calving season, a number of trail segments are closed to prevent disturbance to elk and deer.

Summer & Winter Activities

Nordic and snowshoeing tracks are groomed for use by residents in the winter. The CPOA hosts guided nature hikes in the summer and Nordic and snowshoeing trips in the winter.

Equestrian Trails

Bearcat Stables and participants of the Equestrian Center access Cordillera horse trails. Cordillera residents also have access to expansive National Forest and wilderness lands at the Big Park trailhead located at the end of Gore Trail in the Summit.

Motorized vehicles are not allowed on any trail, and pets must be on a leash at all times. During the spring calving season, a number of trail segments are closed to prevent disturbance to elk and deer.

Biking

Biking – Road bikers must register at Cordillera gates to use the roads in Cordillera.

Mountain Biking – Some segments of Cordillera trails accommodate mountain biking.

Helpful Links

X
X